Synth Site: Korg: Electribe EMX-1: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.5 out of 5
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NyC writes:
Made 3/4s of my new CD going to be released soon in the Tri-State area on just the Emx and Esx. And it came out beyond my liking. Simply amazing what these bright little gadgets can do with some creativity and skill.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Sep-03-2004 at 23:14
Davey G a hobbyist user from Bedford/U.K. writes:
As the reviews reflect,you'll either love it or hate it.But I love it!I had a Roland MC-307 but found it to fiddily and uncreative.Got rid of it and bought this baby for £330 off E-Bay and was Knocked out.Didnt like alot of the DnB factory patterns but loved the Electro and IDM patterns.The layout is neat and easy to get to grips with,and the build quality is solid as a rock.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Sep-01-2004 at 12:30
Steve a part-time user writes:
Love it. Would buy again if it I lost it.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Aug-27-2004 at 23:00
VON a part-time user from Ger writes:
People who call this machine crap! And call themself's "electronic musicains" have zero grasp on how machines like this have changed music and continue to change music not only though the sounds they create, but how they create them & how you the musicain interface with that machine is critical in your success & satisfaction with yourself, your machine, & your music. Sure it does not have all the bells & whistles like a Nord Lead or an Access Virus, and it does not have infinite MIDI tracks with a Hard disk streaming audio files. But it does have 5 monophonic synth parts, and nine drum parts & each part (synth or drum) has it's own velocity triggers. It can send MIDI to other hardware synths and act as a master sequencer. Only fools will speak of an instruments short commings. And only musicans will make music with them.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Jul-05-2004 at 04:42
Bryan a hobbyist user from Scotland writes:
I have now purchased an EMX and can tell you that it's probably the best bit of kit I have had for writing dance music. The sounds you can generate are phenomonal. There is no chance of you getting bored of them. This is a synth. Writing patterns is easy and quick. Your motion sequences are remembered perfectly every time. Link up with some other boxes for some amazing fun. (I would recommend a Yamaha RS 7000 and a Roland D2). Software? Pah! I dont think so. Paying cash you'll get one for £450 UK if you shop around. My only gripe is that you can't carry your mute settings through to your next pattern selected... all tracks come in. However you can write patterns with mutes on hold. Yes, there are some limitations, but then which instrument has got eveything that everyone wants?....I would far rather have this and a phrase sampler than the Triton I got shot of some time ago for example.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Jun-02-2004 at 00:25
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